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Farmhouse on Boone sourdough recipes are the perfect way to start adding traditionally prepared whole grains to your family's diet. Some of our favorites, and most used recipes in the farmhouse, are the sourdough pancakes, easy sourdough pizza crust, sourdough English muffins and sourdough skillet dinner. We come back to the other ones on special occasions, and they are always such a treat. They make keeping a starter alive totally worth it!
The best chicken pot pie recipe has a creamy vegetable and chicken-loaded filling, and then is topped with delicious and tender sourdough biscuits. This classic recipe gets a farmhouse twist everyone will love.
Sweet and buttery sourdough cinnamon rolls are the perfect icing-topped breakfast treat. The fermentation process gives the sourdough cinnamon rolls a greater depth of flavor, for the perfect balance of sweet, sour, and oh, so soft.
Easy to make sourdough tortillas with only five basic ingredients, sourdough starter, water, flour, salt and oil. Fermented grains are healthier for the gut, because some parts of the grains are pre-digested by the good bacteria in the starter.
Learn how to make a super easy no kneading, proofing or rising is necessary sourdough pizza with pesto and cream sauce. The only food I know of that allows the family to eat a cup of fresh basil in one sitting is pesto. It is delicious as a sauce for pasta, a spread on bread and, of course, slathered on pizza. For this pizza crust I use sourdough starter, olive oil and salt. That's it! It is super easy!